Announcing Transition Summit 2013 – “Next Steps to Becoming the Consummate Professional”

The LightHouse is proud to present the second installment of its Future Leaders series with Transition Summit 2013.

In adhering to our 4T philosophy: THINK, TRAIN, TRANSFORM, and THRIVE, the LightHouse Youth Services Program is offering this intensive three day workshop to blind and low vision youth between the ages of 16-25 who are enrolled with the Department of Rehabilitation.

Building upon skills and concepts introduced at Transition Summit 2012, this exciting three day workshop at our beautiful Enchanted Hills Camp promises to be another enriching and educational experience for anyone interested in learning the skills necessary for vocational, academic, and personal success. Participants will explore, discuss, and engage in a wide variety of fun yet meaningful interactive activities covering such topics as: cultivating and maintaining a positive attitude in the workplace; the importance of job enthusiasm; professionalism: what it is and what it is not; identifying and understanding workplace etiquette and boundaries; developing strong interpersonal skills; creative problem-solving and critical thinking; non-confrontational conflict resolution, leadership skills, and more.

Transition Summit 2013 will be a fun-filled event you won’t want to miss!

When: Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 21, 2013
Where: Enchanted Hills Camp Napa, California

Cost: There is no cost to apply for the summit, however; a referral and authorization from your Department of Rehabilitation counselor will need to be submitted with your application. Individuals who are not Department of Rehabilitation clients may apply for a scholarship.

**Space is limited to 20 Participants. Priority will be given to those folks who attended Transition Summit 2012.

For more information please contact Jamey Gump, Youth Services Coordinator at, (415) 694-7372 or John Liang, Director of Community Services at, (415) 694-7334.

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  1. I am so glad I opened your site this am. I am a special education teacher in Napa and I have access to the Vocational Services/Workabillity Program with the NVUSD. I will give one of the secretaries a flyer for this workshop to share with the specialists who work with high school students in the school district who are low vision and dept. of rehab clients. Tks. Loretta (p.s. a Mt. Veeder resident)

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